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Life At IDS

Here you will find the presentation slides from the event, with all the links and speaker details

1 Oct 2020
Written by Michelle Cruickshank
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Thank you to everyone who joined us for the Life At IDS event on Wednesday 30 September. Below you will find the list of speakers, topics and key links. Click here to download the whole presentation including all the links (plus those shared or asked for in the chat during the event).

The speakers at 2020 Life At IDS event:
Michelle Cruickshank, IDS Alumni Relations Officer. Host and reminder of Mentoring and Blog Ideas. Alumni Mentoring Workshop 3 November

Mentoring & Advice Search
 

Keir MacDonald, MA Development Studies 2019-2020. Developing Perspectives the IDS Student Blog.

Developing Perspectives Blog


Lisa Marti (MA Power, Participation & Social Change 2019-2021) and Lisa Trebs (MA Development Studies 2019-2020).

Decolonising IDS Manifesto


Ada Grewal (MA Development Studies 2019-2020) and Janet Adekunle (MA Globalisation, Business & Development 2019-2020).

For 2021 organising and planning join the Microsoft Teams Site


Pamela El Hajal (MA Development Studies 2019-2020) and Sarah Meath (MA Development Studies 2019-2020). Networking Event.
For 2020-2021 organising and planning join the Microsoft Teams Site

Mariana Marques de Medeiros (MA Development Studies 2018-2019), Alex Shankland (MPhil Development Studies 1996-1998 and IDS Research Fellow- Power, Popular Politics Cluster), and Rebeca Rocha (MA Globalisation, Business & Development 2016-2017)
Ask r.dixon@ids.ac.uk to join the mailing list


James Andrews (IDS Communications & Marketing Assistant) and Marcela Gomez Valdes (MA Development Studies 2019-2020). Debating Series-IDS.
Look out for your invitation to join the Debating Workshops in your ids.ac.uk email inbox

Alfred Adjabeng (MA Governance, Development and Public Policy 2019-2020) and Hania Mattoo (MA Globalisation, Business & Development 2019-2020).  Ted-x IDS
Ted-X IDS: Building Back Better, But Different

Contact Alfred and Hania for help on setting up your own Ted-x event and look out for your invitation to your ids.ac.uk email address soon.


Click here to download the whole presentation

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